The dating game office party ideas
The host/hostess tailors some planned questions to the group and to certain couples.
They’re supposed to answer each question the way they think their mate/date would respond.
When the team finishes unwinding the string then the first person in that line needs to shout, "Done!
" The team to finish unwinding the string first wins.
Office games are a fun way to get to know people, and make the welcoming of a new employee or group much more enjoyable.
The other half of each couple stays in the room, and answers questions about their mate/date.
This is a great way to get the party started if you have an even number of people at your party.
Buy some red yarn or ribbon, and cut the ribbon/yarn up into various lengths (at least 100-400 uneven pieces).
First of all, you need to tie a spoon to the end of a ball of yarn. When the host/hostess says, "Go," the first person from each team must put the spoon down his shirt, as well as his pants.Continue to play the game and select new partners until everyone is dancing. " Then everyone repeats the following motion throughout the game...Write 25 romantic or sexy words on index cards, such as throbbing, lips, passion, candlelight, roses, chocolate, and so on. Before the game begins, everyone involved must sit in a circle and think of a sign related to Valentine’s Day such as, crossing your arms for a hug, puckering your lips, signing "I love you", pointing to your heart, etc. Slap both hands on your lap, clap, snap your left hand, snap your right hand.This game continues until someone misses a sign, or gives the wrong sign (Then that person is out and the game starts at the beginning with the people who are "out" outside of the circle).The person who doesn’t miss a sign throughout the entire game is the winner!